Microeconomic Analytics : A Vade Mecum for Students Reading Modern Economics
One of the difficulties facing students of modern economics is the analytical notation and short-cut symbolism, its esoteric and often implicit conventions. This work explains the language of modern economic analysis to these students in a clear manner.
- Paperback | 150 pages
- 178 x 235mm | 336g
- 30 Jun 1995
- Pearson Education
- notes, references
Table of contents
The implicit function theorem; language and notation in economic analysis; the implicit function throm, the Jacobian determinant and non-standard results in comparative statics; on "envelope" and the "envelope theorem"; the theory of the firm - returns to scale, u-shaped average cost curve and comparative statics; the Marshall-Hicks rule of derived demand - microeconomic foundations with non-trivial firms.